Laura Hollis

It’s down to the wire.  Is there anything left to be said?  Any argument that will persuade those still waffling, or change the minds of those still inclined to vote for Obama?  I think so.  So I’ll offer one last observation of my own.  And here it is: Obama supporters point with dewy-eyed admiration to his years as a “community organizer” as proof of his readiness to lead.  What they overlook is the fact that a commitment to ideological stealth (read “deception”), a philosophy of class and race envy, a deeply-held resentment of those who have been successful, a disdain for the foundational documents of the nation, a messianic sense of personal superiority, and a willingness to attack those who disagree with you through use of the political machine -- may seem like valiance when done by a struggling underdog.  But those same attitudes, inclinations and tactics take on a very different aspect when the person with them is the most powerful human being on the planet.

Now I’m going to let Obama speak for himself in this rest of this article.  Despite the monolithic efforts of our Pravda press to bury, suppress, deny and cover up for Barack Obama and his anti-business, anti-life, anti-white, and anti-American sentiments, laudable efforts of the few principled journalists we have left in this country have unearthed speeches and interviews with the Anointed One that make the case against the possibility of his presidency far better than any pundit or columnist could.

So why take our word for it, when you can listen to what Barack Obama himself has said?  In these last few hours before you vote, as you contemplate what you are looking for in the leader of the free world, here are just a few of Obama’s Greatest Hits for you to ponder:

The President takes an oath to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution. “

But Obama says:  “The Constitution is a flawed document.”

The President appoints U.S. Supreme Court justices, who serve for life once confirmed by the U.S. Senate. 

But Obama’s view of the Supreme Court:  “[It] never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth … It didn’t break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the founding fathers in the Constitution.”

The reason Justice is represented in American with scales and a blindfold is because judges are supposed to dispense justice without regard to who is before them. 

Laura Hollis

Laura Hollis is an Associate Professional Specialist and Concurrent Associate Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, where she teaches entrepreneurship and business law. She is the author of the forthcoming publication, “Start Up, Screw Up, Scale Up: What Government Can Learn From the Best Entrepreneurs,” © 2014. Her opinions are her own, and do not reflect the position of the university. Follow her on Twitter: @LauraHollis61.